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There is an unspoken assumption that Wills are only for older family members. That unless you have lived an unspecified number of years that you are ‘too young’ to make a Will.
Neglecting to make a Will at any stage of life can cause a whole host of problems for the family members of people who die unexpectedly. If no Will was ever made – loved ones will find themselves having to navigate the unclear and sometimes unfair rules of intestacy. There may be an increased risk of dispute between dissatisfied family members or partners.
Making a Will is the best way to avoid this unnecessary trauma if you should pass away. Below are some key things to think about when considering if now is the right time for you to make a Will.
Anyone over the age of 18 can make a Will. An individual’s 20’s may not seem like the automatic time to plan a Will, but in some circumstances it is absolutely essential.
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Call our New Enquiries team now on 01270 444 329 or complete our contact form for an appointment with one of our specialist solicitor.
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